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We rounded up the 10 best Aztec anMayan ruins in Mexico, so you can take your own walk through history, whether that means climbing to the top of the tallest pyramid or biking through a 1,500-year-old powerhouse of a city.
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Thirty miles from Mexico city sits the ancient collection of ruins known to us today as Teotihuacan. That was not its original name – that has been lost to the ages. The city was founded in 1…
Explore the Aztec ruins, enjoy a half-mile walk through an original Pueblo House, and discover how ancient people built their homes in the desert. Built…
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Aztec temple in Yucatan, Mexico would be a place I would stop by while going through the country. The Aztecs have so much history and are so famous it would be hard no to go in see these temples.
Found 50 kilometers inland from Campeche, the Maya site of Edzná is best known for its five-level pyramid-palace structure. Without our own transportation, Edzná was difficult to reach, but the opportunity to see its compact and beautiful ruins made the effort worthwhile.
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There aren’t many destinations that can satisfy our inner beach bum and our thirst for culture. Zanzibar is that place. Inhabited for nearly 20,000 years and a constant hub for the intercontinental spice route, this Tanzanian island has been shaped by the many nationalities that have graced its shores. The mash-up of cultures, architecture and cuisine, mixed with white-sand beaches and a vibrant reef, make it Africa’s most alluring island.
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Photos of Chichen Itza Mexico, the archaeological Mayan site, of the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico
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